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Middle name for Leo?

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grouchymamabear Wed 20-Sep-17 11:16:52

Struggling to come up with a middle name for our DS Leo who is due in November...

I find myself spending time every day looking for inspiration (books, lists, watching the credits on TV/movies, etc) with not much luck...

So hoping some of you might be able to offer some ideas to get the ball rolling! smile

Thanks in advance!

euanthesheepiloveyou Wed 20-Sep-17 11:44:24

Thomas
Alexander
James
William
Sebastian
Finley

Awwlookatmybabyspider Wed 20-Sep-17 11:48:15

Leo Arthur
Leo James
Leo Alexander
Leo Finbar

MammieBear Wed 20-Sep-17 12:02:36

Leo Alexander is good as Leo is quite a short a longer middle works well.

GemmaCollinsBabes Wed 20-Sep-17 12:04:39

Francis

RaeCJ82 Wed 20-Sep-17 12:05:34

I love Leo James. If DD had been a boy, this could well have been the name that we would have chosen.

NuffSaidSam Wed 20-Sep-17 12:10:26

What's a name that is meaningful to you? Family name or friends name? Place name? Character in a book/film that is special to you and DP? Go for something that means something to you rather than just a name that sounds nice with Leo (unless it's completely ridiculous of course...don't call him Leo Stoke-on-Trent Smith or something!)

Sugarpiehoneyeye Wed 20-Sep-17 12:27:03

Leo John
Leo David
Leo Simon

Alexandra87 Wed 20-Sep-17 12:28:04

I never understood why people feel that they must give their child a middl name. If you don't have a name you like just use first name and surname

NiktheGreek Wed 20-Sep-17 12:28:59

James

sonlypuppyfat Wed 20-Sep-17 12:29:57

The Lion?

17caterpillars1mouse Wed 20-Sep-17 13:13:04

Leo Sebastian

CarriMarie Wed 20-Sep-17 13:42:16

I know a Leo Zachary.

Threeandabit Wed 20-Sep-17 14:43:51

Leo Dominic
Leo Everett
Leo Israel
Leo Raphael

Leo Manny
Leo Miles
Leo Benjamin

Leo Justin
Leo Judd
Leo Robin

grouchymamabear Wed 20-Sep-17 14:45:31

Thank you all, those are all lovely suggestions!

Alexandra - both me and my DP come from families where our middle names form a big part of our day-to-day identities so it's not so much about wanting a middle name just for the sake of having one, it's having that extension of a name if that makes sense? I appreciate that middle names might not be right for everyone and some may even think they are pointless but ultimately it is what we want for our DS so see no harm in getting suggestions from others if it helps lead us to the right one. smile

MrsPringles Wed 20-Sep-17 14:48:29

I immediately thought James

But I did laugh at the PP who suggested 'the lion' grin

SuckingEggs Wed 20-Sep-17 14:50:30

James was my instant reaction.

Threeandabit Wed 20-Sep-17 18:07:28

Leo Eugene

LastOneDancing Wed 20-Sep-17 18:17:18

I have a Leo James.

It's lovely to hear that so many people like it!

outofmymind2 Wed 20-Sep-17 22:20:48

Leo is my DS too grin

Bit of an 'out' but his middle name is Ellis. I think it flows perfectly!
I also liked Oscar!

My DS calls himself Leo the lion grin

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